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BVDBradley, Voorhees & Day (underwear brand)
BVDBureau van Dijk (business intelligence; various locations)
BVDBovine Viral Diarrhea
BVDBij Voorbaat Dank
BVDBattery Voltage Detect
BVDBoot Virus Detection
BVDBiometric Virus Detection
BVDBinnenlandse Veiligheids Dienst
BVDBelgische Vereniging voor Documentatie
BVDButterworth Van-dyke (model)
BVDBlu-Ray Video Disc
BVDBasispartij voor Vernieuwing en Democratie (Basis Party for Renewal and Democracy; Suriname)
BVDBig Viterbi Decoder
BVDBlock Value Decomposition
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A field investigation of the effects of bovine viral diarrhea virus around the time of insemination on the reproductive performance of cattle.
The study involved developing a T-cell response to introduction of bovine viral diarrhea virus to calves.
Transplacental transmission is of particular concern for policy makers because it may result in the birth of immune-tolerant, persistent carriers, as has happened with bovine viral diarrhea virus (14).
Byotipe, genotipe, and clinical presentation associated with bovine viral diarrhea virus (BVDV) isolates from cattle.
BDV Moredun BVDV-1 NADL BVDV-2 atypical 1 (PCR positive) 0 0 0 2 (PCR positive) 0 0 0 3 (healthy) 40 40 0 4 (healthy) 40 40 0 5 (healthy) 40 0 10 6 (healthy) 0 0 0 * BDV, border disease virus, BVDV, bovine viral diarrhea virus.
Serologic examination of aborted ovine and bovine foetal for the diagnosis of border disease, bluetongue, bovine viral diarrhea and leptospiral infections.
Samples from the 41 animals were tested by ELISA for bovine viral diarrhea virus antigens; results were negative.
Pestivirus" is a scientific term for a group of viruses that includes economically important ones such as bovine viral diarrhea (BVD) viruses and hog cholera virus, also known as classical swine fever virus.